Congrats to @unc_pace @DeniseRhoney & @UNCpharmacy Graduate/@WingatePharmacy @nnelsonPharmD! Their project "Acute Kidney Injury and Augmented Renal Clearance Risk Factor Assessment in Patients With COVID-19” was selected as one of the Bronze Snapshot Awards by @SCCM! @SCCM_CPP
The PGY1 @UNC_CPRP has received a total of 6 APhA (@pharmacists) Foundation Incentive Grants for the 2023 year! Representing the largest total number of grants in 1 year & with 60% of the class receiving one it's also the largest percentage of grants in 1 year!
Congrats to @unc_pace fellow Jessica Roller! She was awarded an @ACCP Foundation 2022 Futures Grant for her project “Evaluation of Community-Based Pharmacy Readiness to Implement Long-acting Injectable (LAI) Administration Services in North Carolina”
Check out “They don’t go by the law around here”: law enforcement interactions after the legalization of syringe services programs in North Carolina" by @brandmorrissey, @unc_pace Tamera Hughes, @veruka2 & @BaylaOstrach in the Harm Reduction Journal https://t.co/JXGTzLS9M0
Congrats to @unc_pace @DeniseRhoney & @cupharm McKenzie Grinalds & Aleda Chen. Their poster “1st MeRIT Project: Scoping review of rational polytherapy in patients with drug resistant epilepsy” was awarded best Original Research Poster for the @ACCP Adult Medicine PRN @UNCPharmacy
“An exploration of the relationship between pharmacy school admission variables and PGY1 residency program match” by @unc_pace @UNC_CIPhER Kathryn A. Morbitzer, Jacqueline McLaughlin, Stephen Eckel, Greene Shepherd, & Wendy Cox was featured at the @ACCP conference! @UNCPharmacy
Check out @ACCP Conference Poster “Understanding Cultural Intelligence: Evaluating Pharmacy Preceptors’ Experiences and Self-efficacy” by @UNCPharmacy Student Anna Li, @unc_pace J. McLaughlin, C.Williams, C. White, former @UNC_CIPhER post-docs @Lana_Minshew & @Kyle_Fassett
At the @ACCP Conference @unc_pace @UNC_CIPhER Jacqueline McLaughlin and @UNCPharmacy student Aimee Ho presented their poster “Pedagogical Tools and Strategies to Develop Cultural Intelligence in Pharmacy Students and Faculty"
Our chair @StefanieFerreri presented the @UNCPharmacy Rural Health Initiative to the @UNC Board of Trustees! Advocating for community pharmacists & how they can help close primary care provider gaps in NC. Keep a look out for the Rural Health Initiative Kickoff in 2023!”
Intellectual Standards provide a framework to provide consistent feedback on learners’ clinical reasoning skills which are essential to safe and effective pharmacist practice. Check out this paper by @UNCPharmacy @DeniseRhoney & @nnelsonPharmD
Congrats to @UNCPharmacy Graduate @nnelsonPharmD He was the @ACCP Best Resident or Fellow Poster winner for his project “Analysis of Renal Function in Patients Hospitalized with COVID19” with @unc_pace @DeniseRhoney #ACCPGC22
Our @unc_pace fellow Jessica Roller and @UNCPharmacy student Megan Wolff presented their poster “Community Pharmacy Practice Transformation: Evaluating Sustainability of Patient Care Services” at the @ACCP Conference! #ACCPGC22